[lug] Tools for C++ exploration
akelling at gmail.com
Wed Apr 15 17:14:57 MDT 2020
Might want to look at VS Code. It’s actually a nice piece of software so
don’t knock It before you try it
On Wed, Apr 15, 2020 at 17:02 Michael J. Hammel <mjhammel at graphics-muse.org>
> Not sure if this is what you're looking for: cscope was designed for
> browsing C/C++ code, making bulk changes, etc. It's a text based, or
> probably curses based but without windows and such. Should be
> available for all distros. If you're clever you can make it work with
> Java and Bash, though the latter is more iffy.
> I have some Bash functions I use to make building the cscope db easier
> across a variety of directories, if you want them.
> On Wed, 2020-04-15 at 16:40 -0600, Steve Sullivan wrote:
> > Speaking of handy tools ...
> > I've been handed about 250,000 lines of questionable C++.
> > Written by scientists, if you know what I mean :)
> > Are there any tools you'd recommend for organizing, showing, and
> > exploring such a code mass?
> > I prefer no IDE, since usually it's simpler and quicker to use
> > gvim or vi than set up a new environment on each machine.
> > As Jeff Haemer said, vi & family are ubiquitous.
> > Thanks,
> > Steve
> Michael J. Hammel
> mjhammel at graphics-muse.org
> michaelhammel at acm.org
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